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Las Vegas Review-Journal: The Mueller report offers something for everyone

Over at Fox, conservative analyst David Bossie had a different perspective. "As partisan Democrats and the liberal media hyperventilate" over release of the Mueller report, he wrote, "they’re willfully ignoring the fact that they already know what the report concludes. Two years and $35 million were spent investigating a lie."

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Citizen United president David Bossie is questioning former President Barack Obama’s knowledge in regards to spying on the presidential campaign.

Citizen United president David Bossie is questioning former President Barack Obama’s knowledge in regards to spying on the presidential campaign.

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The Hill: Ukrainian to US prosecutors: Why don't you want our evidence on Democrats?

"Separately, the conservative nonprofit Citizens United last month filed a lawsuit seeking to force the State Department to disclose all information it possesses about Hunter Biden and his business partners involved with Ukraine-based Burisma Holdings."

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CU Pres. David Bossie Appears on FBN Prime Time w/ Trish Regan

Rep. Adam Schiff is trying to delegitimize Trump’s election win: CU President David Bossie

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Citizens United President David Bossie appears on ABC’s “This Week”

Citizens United President David Bossie appears on ABC’s “This Week”


Baltimore Post-Examiner: Bossie right on the money with Mueller report outcome, impeachment

David Bossie, deputy campaign manager for Donald Trump in 2016 and now Republican national committeeman for Maryland, made a number of predictions at the Howard County Lincoln Day Dinner last Tuesday. At least one of them turned out to be correct.

“What that [Mueller] report is going to show is absolutely nothing. After two years and $40 million, it’s going to show what we already know — no collusion, no coordinating, no cooperation, nothing.”

Bossie joined the Trump campaign in late August 2016, and he freely admitted that some of the people connected to the campaign and already convicted or indicted “were bad guys, but they weren’t involved in the campaign for very long.”

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CU and CUF Join Forces to urge U.S. Court of Appeals to overturn free speech decision

Citizens United and Citizens United Foundation joined forces with several other non-profit organizations in urging the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to overturn a recent U.S. District Court decision that undercuts the free speech and donor privacy rights of non-profit organizations that undertake independent expenditures in connection with Federal elections. 

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Can business-friendly Terry McAuliffe sell himself to leftward leaning Democrats in 2020?

Terry McAuliffe buttonholed Amazon honchos last week at a Washington gala like the go-go-go jobs governor he once was.

“Folks, we want it all,” Virginia’s former governor recalled telling the executives at the Ireland Funds soiree. By that, he meant Virginia would gladly take all 50,000 high-paying jobs that Amazon once planned to split between Virginia and New York — until pushback from the left led the company to nix the Queens half of the deal.

When he left office in January 2018, McAuliffe appeared to be well positioned for a White House run as a socially liberal, business-friendly Democrat from an important swing state. But 14 months later, it’s unclear if there is room for McAuliffe, 62, in a party that seems to be pulling leftward.

The expanding Democratic field includes contenders ranging from Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who want to raise taxes on the wealthy to pay for social programs, to Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), who wants national paid parental leave, to tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang, who supports a universal basic income.

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Politico: Trump officials prepared to stonewall Democratic oversight demands

Trump doesn’t plan to negotiate with Congress over investigations the way his predecessors did.

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler wrote to the White House last month demanding information about President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to fund the construction of a southern border wall.

Yet Nadler’s Feb. 22 deadline came and went with no response. Not only did the Democratic congressman not receive the documents he wanted, he didn’t even receive a customary letter back from the White House acknowledging his request.

It was just one example of the Trump White House’s unusually hostile — or in this case, non-existent — response to congressional investigators.

In their early response to an onslaught of Democratic requests, Trump officials are breaking from norms set by previous administrations of both parties, according to people who worked in the White House or Capitol Hill during the presidencies of Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama.

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CNN: A political upside to impeachment for Trump? Some Trump advisers think so

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump and his allies weren't shy about using the specter of impeachment during the 2018 midterm campaign to rally the President's core supporters to the polls.

And for their 2020 campaign, they were prepared to use the real thing. With House Democrats newly in the majority and the prospects of impeachment surging, Trump and his political allies -- while certainly not hankering for it -- have eyed the potential political upside: using a Democratic impeachment as a powerful foil to galvanize Republicans in droves to re-elect Trump.

Several of the President's political advisers, preparing for a re-election campaign focused on boosting turnout among the President's base of supporters, have looked to the possibility of Trump's impeachment as an opportunity to cast Trump as a victim of Washington politics and overzealous Democrats, three sources close to the White House and the campaign said. And with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation -- which Trump has frequently cast on the campaign trail as a "witch hunt" -- expected to end soon, Trump is looking for a new boogeyman.

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Las Vegas Review-Journal: The Mueller report offers something for everyone

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Citizen United president David Bossie is questioning former President Barack Obama’s knowledge in regards to spying on the presidential campaign.

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The Hill: Ukrainian to US prosecutors: Why don't you want our evidence on Democrats?

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CU Pres. David Bossie Appears on FBN Prime Time w/ Trish Regan

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